Islam and Science: The Intellectual Career of Niẓām Al-Dīn Al-Nīsābūrī
|Abstract||Introduction -- Reconstructing Nīsābūrī's early education -- Nīsābūrī's early scientific thought -- Nīsābūrī's early religious thought -- Astrology motivating inductions about God's power -- Nīsābūrī's later scientific thought -- The impact of science on Nīsābūrī's religious thought -- The limits of science's influence on Nīsābūrī's religious thought -- Conclusion.|
|Keywords||Islam and science Islamic philosophy|
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|Call number||BP190.5.S3.M67 2007|
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